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09 July 2015 By James M. Johnson 0 comments

BAKERSFIELD: Woman, 2 Children Injured When Pickup Crashes into Super King Express Restaurant on Ming Avenue

BAKERSFIELD, California (July 9, 2015) —  A mother and her two children who were pinned against a wall inside the Super King Express restaurant when a pickup truck crashed into its wall at the intersection of Ming Avenue and P Street, according to Bakersfield Now.

The crash was reported at 7 p.m. after the driver in a silver sedan crashed head-on into a red pickup truck, sending the pickup into the burger restaurant’s wall. The mother and her children were sitting at a table next to the wall and were covered in debris. The mother’s leg was broken and one of her children suffered a punctured lung and the minor injuries.

Paramedics responding to the crash transported the mother and two children to a local hospital for treatment of moderate to severe injuries.

Police are investigating what led to the crash and liability.

If you are hurt in a collision and would like to speak with an attorney about your legal rights, contact Johnson Attorneys Group at 800-235-6801. Our personal injury law firm can help you get the medical attention you need for a full recovery and you pay us nothing unless we obtain a settlement for you

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